Do you feel you experience pain in your feet throughout the day?
You may suffer from a variety of common foot conditions that cause pain. Take a look at the list below to learn more about these common foot conditions as well as what you can do to ease the pain and correct your feet.
While some foot conditions can be remedied with corrective shoes, others require medical attention and therapy.
Ankle Valgus is a foot condition in which your ankles roll inward. This is caused by unstable ankles and often impacts the stability of your body. You can purchase corrective shoes to add support to your ankles if you experience this problem, which could help prevent accidents in the future.
Correctly designed shoes will make the low-arched foot more comfortable. This foot is more flaccid and requires more control from the shoe. We offer shoes specifically designed for this problem, giving excellent motion control.
Pes Cavus (High arched feet)
A high arched foot requires therapeutic footwear. A long medical counter provides support and stability. Our selected styles will accommodate a high-arched foot well; although other shoes with a modified insert or orthotic are also beneficial for this problem.
Diabetic foot problems arise from poor circulation that causes hyposensitivity (lack of feeling). Our footwear offers an extra depth and broad toe box, which is ideal to help circulation in the foot. We also offer shoes that accommodate prescribed orthotics, which may also help Diabetics.
Morton's neuroma is a condition that creates intense pain in the ball of the foot. Our footwear offers rounded or oblique toe characters, which prevents the toes from becoming cramped and helps keep the metatarsal bones in balance.
Pain in the arch area is a symptom of Plantar Fasciitis, which can be managed by Orthotics and proper footwear. We offer shoes that accommodate prescribed orthotics, which help relieve the pain of Plantar Fasciitis.